Thesaurus / bracken
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Tall trees interlaced their branches overhead and the ground was carpeted with fern and bracken.

A myriad rabbits were diving madly into the bracken on every side.

The White BlackbirdHudson Douglas

Brambles were heavy with blue-black berries, and the bracken was battered and brown on the steep hill-side.

The Beth BookSarah Grand

The men who take part in the lonely trade live in rude huts in the woods, thatched with heather and bracken.

Bracken's chauffeur lay senseless by the roadside, and one of the "detectives" sat in his seat.

The Daughter of Anderson CrowGeorge Barr McCutcheon

Masses of gossamer covered with dew-drops lay among the bracken, like fairies' washing hung out to dry.

The Bracken is, of course, a very strong-growing perennial, and the plant has a wonderful system of underground rhizomes.

How to Know the FernsS. Leonard Bastin

There was little sound of life; somewhere an unknown bird was singing, and a few late bees were droning in the bracken.

The ReturnWalter de la Mare

Through the shadowy forest they walked swiftly, until of a sudden he bade her rest among the bracken.

Celtic TalesLouey Chisholm

Chrisfield lay down in the dry ditch, full of bracken, and dozed with his head on his pack.

Three SoldiersJohn Dos Passos

WORDS RELATED TO BRACKEN

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.